Mobilizing Women for Climate Solutions, presented by Women's Earth and Climate Caucus and International Women's Earth and Climate Initiative. With: Osprey Orielle Lake, Sally Ranney, Claire Greensfelder, Atossa Soltani of Amazon Watch; and a representative from the Indigenous Environmental Network. Come join key leaders, recently returned from the Women's Earth and Climate Summit, as they show us how we can get involved in the growing global women's movement for sane climate and sustainability policies and in some of the exciting actions and projects outlined in the "Women's Climate and Sustainability Blueprint for Action." Note: Men are welcome to attend.
How do we uncover and mobilize the hidden wealth of skills, insights, wisdom, resources and experience in our communities? Come connect, network, and share your insights.
We've learned from each other's ideas and work this weekend, but how can we nourish partnerships and relationships year-round to ground possibilities into realities? Join us for a participant-driven conversation about how we can collaborate to shape the future by synergizing the unique gifts of all generations. The Cafe provides a hospitable space for integration and reflection on what is emerging at the conference and for building personal and professional partnerships. Let's create tomorrow, together! With: David Shaw, Common Ground Center, UC Santa Cruz; Dana Pearlman, The Lotus: Authentic Leadership Development and the Global Leadership Lab; Tim Merry, Myrgan Inc, Art of Hosting; Giselle Chow, Graphic Facilitator and Recorder, Giselle Chow Consulting.
With: Eileen Rockefeller, impact philanthropist, founding chair of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, and author of Being a Rockefeller, Becoming Myself; her son, Daniel Growald. Hosted by renowned doctor and author, Rachel Naomi Remen, MD. Join this mother and son, leading members of America's legendary first family of philanthropy, as they explore how honest investigation into values and service can lead to healing, individuation and a joyful and fulfilling life.
Presented by New Leaders Initiative at Earth Island Institute.
With: Yeshi Neumann, Rockwood Leadership Institute.
Sponsored by the Cultural Conservancy’s Mino-Niibi Fund for Indigenous Cultures. Part of Guam Humanities Council’s (GHC) Eat Your Heritage Tour. Hosted by: Kimberlee Kihleng, Ph.D. and Melissa Nelson (Turtle Mountain Anishinaabe), President of the Cultural Conservancy/professor at SFSU GHC Executive Director. With: Monaeka Flores, GHC Project Coordinator; Peter Duenas, chef and restaurateur, the most respected Chamorro chef in Guam, a leader in promoting native foods; Bill McDonald, founder of the Farmers Cooperative, leader in Guam’s local food movement.